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Gavin DeGraw Live at Tink's Entertainment Complex on 2004-06-01


Topics Live concert


d1t01 Introduction 00:56.25
d1t02 Just Friends 03:45.65
d1t03 Crush 03:59.43
d1t04 Follow Through 04:45.67
d1t05 Overrated 05:54.52
d1t06 Chemical Party 06:10.63
d1t07 Belief 04:54.64
d1t08 Meaning 03:49.68
d1t09 Do It Again 08:42.09
d1t10 Marvin Gaye Medley 06:41.55

49:41.61

d2t01 Cop Stop 04:25.27
d2t02 Relative 06:52.32
d2t03 More Than Anyone 03:23.31
d2t04 Nice To Meet You Anyway 04:52.42
d2t05 A Change Is Gonna Come * 04:46.58
d2t06 I Don't Wanna Be 06:34.40
d2t07 Dancin' Shoes 04:01.24
d2t08 Chariot 07:34.16
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d2t09 Get Lost 05:25.29

47:55.74

* Sam Cooke cover


Collection GavinDeGraw
Band/Artist Gavin DeGraw
Venue Tink's Entertainment Complex
Location Scranton, Pennsylvania

Source DPA 4011 > Luminous Audio Technology Synchestra 4/9's Silver Interconnects > Apogee Trak2 Integrated Pre | 24/96 A/D (@ 96kHz) > Luminous Audio Technology Allegro Signature 4/9's Silver AES/EBU Interconnect > Metric Halo Mobile I/O 2882 +DSP FireWire Inte
Taped by Chris Jones (jonescx@bc.edu)
Transferred by Chris Jones (jonescx@bc.edu)

Notes

Source: DPA 4011 > Luminous Audio Technology Synchestra 4/9's Silver Interconnects > Apogee Trak2 Integrated Pre | 24/96 A/D (@ 96kHz) > Luminous Audio Technology Allegro Signature 4/9's Silver AES/EBU Interconnect > Metric Halo Mobile I/O 2882 +DSP FireWire Interface (slaved to Trak2 clock @ 96kHz via AES) > Apple PowerBook G4/1gHz/768MB (with Hitachi 7K60 7200 RPM Internal Disk) > Metric Halo MIO b26 Recording Console (@ 24-bit / 96kHz)
Location: DFC, directly in front of third pillar from the stage, ~30' from house mains. Stand at ~ 10', mics ORTF.
HD > .shn: Apple PowerBook G4/1gHz/768MB > Apple Power Mac G4 MP800/512 > MOTU Digital Performer 4.12 (@ 24/96kHz) > Spark XL 2.8 > xACT

Dithered to 16-bit and resampled via T.C. Works' MegaBitMax and its Ultra-Noiseshaping function.

Notes:

24/96 .flac24 files of this recording are available immediately.

Thanks to Eric Naylor for his company and for helping guard gear.

Compiled by Chris Jones 2 June 2004.

Reviews

Reviewer: dmb420 - - October 30, 2005
Subject: Scooter is a tool
Funny thing is someone just sent this link to me from a "scott brown is a a**hole" post. Glad to see you've got lots of good friends.

You clearly have no life if you've come to point fingers at someone you don't even know because people are posting negative stuff about a recording. No one cares cuz about 'ratings' and it all comes down to name. You of all people should know this.

Get your facts together. Long before you even knew "anything", I emailed Chris to reassure him that I had nothing to do with it.

Stop trying to defame me (and others) to protect your glorified ego and pompous attitude.
Reviewer: scott brown - - June 6, 2005
Subject: gazda is a jackass
do you make a habit of creating multiple accounts to bash every sourceo ther than yours, and to fluff your own stuff?

actually, i see that you do, after doing an archive search for your name

this source sounds fine to me
Reviewer: Peaches44 - - June 17, 2004
Subject: Other reviewers??? or just one with multiple accounts?
This one sounds amazing. End of story.
Reviewer: missjessie1981 - - June 9, 2004
Subject: Get AKG source
FYI: The other source (AKG) also uses mics and does a better job at minimizing crowd chatter and it sounds much better than this one. I don't like this source and wouldn't recommend it. Get the AKG copy.
Reviewer: chiefs13 - - June 9, 2004
Subject: Not that bad
It's an AUD recording not SBD...you know..microphones and stuff. For an AUD recording the vocals and music is pretty decent.
Reviewer: rockymtnindustry - - June 8, 2004
Subject: how about no.....
All the tech info looks cool, too bad it didn't help with the sound. If you like crowd noise, pick this up.
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